The Internet of Things (IoT) is – at its most profound levels – about creating digital representations of real-world objects. It is a phenomenon that draws on rapid developments within IT, ICT and telecommunications to spark insights and to help companies create entirely new types of services and business areas.
Deploying IoT solutions and services on a mass scale usually comes with many complexities, immense start-up costs, and lengthy time-to-market. But not anymore with our IoT Accelerator.
Ericsson's Smart Metering as a Service (SMaaS) is a complete end-to-end smart metering business process outsourcing solution which opens up a world of opportunities for utilities.
Embedded subscriber database analytics help operators improve internal efficiency and monetize data assets, while exploring new cross-vertical Internet of Things (IoT) applications.
“With support for massive numbers of connections, 2016 will be the year of IoT.” says Arun Bansal, Senior Vice President and Head of Business Unit Radio, Ericsson.
IoT is happening now – Ericsson Device Connection Platform has more than 1,500 enterprises connected and is growing rapidly. IoT operators can now connect directly to Ericsson Device Connection Platform – using Telia International Carrier IoT backbone.
The new Ericsson Application Platform for IoT is a multi-industry platform that scales within and across data centers, providing the ability to support anything from small to hyper sized sensor networks. It performs analytics on physical and virtual sensor data streams.
Internet of things folds out entirely new maps to explore, across and between industries, society and people. Husqvarna, with a vision of focusing on the end-customer – along with Ericsson announced a competition on the best innovation ideas that brings together a plethora of stakeholders to offer a more holistic value to the end users.
Ericsson unveiled the Connected Bus Stop concept at the UITP World Congress to show how broadband connectivity can improve commuter experience and make public transport easier and more appealing.
As Head of ICT Infrastructure in Transportation at Ericsson, Colin Toh and the Intelligent Transportation team are leading the company’s offerings for the road, rail and public transport industries.
The Internet of Things is a phenomenon that is sparking insights, helping companies create new services and business areas. For society, we see personal as well as social benefits – from smart bands to track athletic endeavours, to connected cars. And there is a lot more to discover.
When cars get connected new dimensions open up. Buckle up for a wild ride into a sci-fi world that comes to life. The vehicle that changed the world is about to face a revolution of its own.
There are growing expectations on how interactivity will benefit society. The Internet of Things will not only raise our quality of life – but above all it is a great business opportunity.
Ericsson is currently deploying a smart-metering network in Estonia in partnership with leading energy distributer Elektrilevi, and consumers are starting to enjoy the benefits.
Operators are looking to the Internet of Things (IoT) to drive their digital services offerings, and there are several possible roles they could take on.
By 2020, there could be as many as 100 billion internet-connected objects around the world. What effect will this have on industry and society?
The global number of devices being managed by utility companies is projected to grow from 485 million in 2013 to 1.53 billion in 2020. The utilities industry is the second largest source of M2M service provider revenue, behind only the automotive and transport industries.
Ericsson technologies and services brings together an integrated approach of operations, business and technology to make the Networked Society a reality. And we’re supporting this with a complete range of services to create a whole new world of possibilities. We’re making it happen.
Here’s the proof. Read more about what we’re achieving for industry around the world, and get further insights from some of the experts involved.